1902 Rotherham's Emphasized Bible (EBR)
46:2 Of Egypt, Concerning the force of Pharaoh-necho, king of Egypt, which was by the river Euphrates, in Carchemish,which Nebuchadrezzar king of Babylon, smote, in the fourth year of Jehoiakim son of Josiah, king of Judah:
46:3 Prepare ye buckler and shield, And draw near to battle:
46:4 Harness the horses, and mount, ye horsemen, Stand forth in helmets,Polish the lances, put on the coats of mail.
46:6 Let not the swift, flee, Nor let the hero, escape,Northward, beside the river Euphrates, have they stumbled, and fallen.
46:7 Who is, it that is like the Nile when it riseth, Like rivers when his waters are tossed?
46:8 Egypt, was like the Nile when it riseth, And like rivers, when the waters are tossed: So he saidI will rise, I will cover the earth, I will destroy the city, and the dwellers therein.
46:9 Mount the horses, And drive the chariots madly on, So let the heroes, go forth,Ethiopians and Libyans, that grasp the buckler, And Lydians, that graspthat treadthe bow. But, that day, belongeth to My Lord, Yahweh of hosts
46:10 A day of avenging, to avenge him of his adversaries, When the sword shall devour, and be filled, and be sated with their blood,For, a sacrifice, hath My Lord, Yahweh of hosts, In the land of the North, Towards the river Euphrates.
46:11 Go up to Gilead, and fetch balsam, O virgin, daughter of Egypt! In vain, hast thou multiplied remedies, Healing, there is none, for thee.
46:12 ¶ The nations have heard, of thy disgrace, And, thine outcry, hath filled the earth,For, hero against hero, have they stumbled, Together, have fallen, the twain!
46:14 Tell ye it in Egypt, And let it be heard in Migdol, Yea let it be heard in Noph, and in Tahpanhes,Say yeStand thou forth, and prepare thyself, For a sword hath devoured round about thee.
46:16 Hath made many a one to be stumbling, Yea fallen, is every one against his neighbour, So they have saidArise and let us return to our own people, And unto the land of our birth, From the face of the sword of the oppressor.
46:17 Proclaim ye a name,Pharaoh, king of Egypta Sound! He hath overstepped the time appointed!
46:19 Baggage for captivity, prepare thee, O inhabitress, daughter of Egypt; For, Noph, shall become, a desolation, And be burned, without inhabitant.
46:20 A calf of great beauty, is Egypt: The gad-fly, out of the North, comethcometh.
46:21 Even her hirelings, in her midst, are like fatted calves, For, even they, have turnedhave fled at once! have made no stand! For, their day of doom, hath come upon them, The time of their visitation.
46:22 Her noise, like a serpent, departeth,For, with a force, they advance, And, with axes, have they come against her, like them who fell trees:
46:24 Put to shame, is the daughter of Egypt,She hath been delivered into the hand of the people of the North.
46:25 Saith Yahweh of host, God of Israel,Behold me! bringing punishmentagainst Amon of No, and upon Pharaoh, and upon Egypt, and upon her gods, and upon her kings,Even upon Pharaoh, and upon all that trust in him;
46:26 And I will deliver themInto the hand of them who are seeking their life, Even into the hand of Nebuchadrezzar king of Babylon, And into the hand of his servants,And, after that, shall it be inhabited as in the days of old, Declareth Yahweh.
46:27 Thou, therefore, do not fear, O my Servant Jacob, Nor be dismayed, O Israel, For behold me! Saving thee from afar, And thy seed, from the land of their captivity,So shall Jacob return, and be quiet, and shall rest, With none, to occasion alarm.
46:28 Thou, do not fear, O my Servant Jacob, Urgeth Yahweh, For, with thee, am I: Though I make an end of all the nations whither I have driven thee, Yet, of thee, will I not make an end, But will correct thee in, measure, And not hold thee, guiltless!
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